Lecture/Discussion Hours: 3 Lab/Studio Hours: 0 â€¢ Credit may not be earned in both HIST 313 and WMNS 313. This course examines recent scholarship in European history on gender, sexuality, science, and the body. It focuses on the historical construction of gender and sexuality, the gendering of science, inclusion/exclusion in academic and scientific work. Enrollment Requirements: Six credits of history and/or women's studies, or junior standing, or consent of the instructor.
GE IVC Humanities-History
LE-R1 Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity
LE-R2 Global Perspectives